A nice backside to a birthday bookend. Not quite as cold or as hot as the night before (National Weather Service and imho) but lots of \mm/ nonetheless.
The downward sandwich is quite tasty, as is the Rec Chem. Set was supposed to end Spine > Buster with a SOMP encore, but time is elusive.
Technical note, started with levels set where I left them, got channel clipping almost at once during Skrunk, had to pop everything down a step and bring the pans back up individually.
Shout-outs to Brad and his new (wife, I think) (Susan, I think); Al and Janis (they left their chairs by us, Janis said she would be back after a bit, her feet were bothering her too much to make it the whole 2 hours on the rail, of course, she stayed Al's side rail the entire night); Cindy, Jim, and Bonnie, too, thanks for saying hi. Special shout out to Troy, who lost his moe. cherry, but never lost his ear-to-ear smile!
Matthew, thanks a bunch, Steve, too, great job.
Have to say a special omfg to/about Jason Huffer. It has been a pleasure both watching his work, as well as watching it evolve and him blossom. I know that he wouldn't have been hired is he wasn't good, and a craftsman, but he is truly an artist, satisfying and delighting our visual palates. Thanks, thanks, and thanks. Email Topper and let him know you agree, I know I am.